DES MOINES — A package of anti-bullying programs and provisions designed for Iowa’s public schools was narrowly defeated Wednesday ni ... »
DES MOINES — Legislation making it more difficult for private companies to acquire access to private property through condemnation cleared t ... »
DES MOINES — Iowa schools could have more than 1,000 fewer teachers and other staff members next year amid uncertain funding from the state ... »
DES MOINES — A woman is raped, becomes pregnant and carries the child.
Her attacker is arrested, tried and found guilty — yet s ... »
DES MOINES — The consequences of the Legislature’s education funding impasse are taking shape as school districts certify their budge ... »
DES MOINES — Rep. Gary Worthan believes Iowa roads would be safer if the rule requiring him to use only a hands-free phone when he’s ... »
DES MOINES – Add a legislative decision on the date that schools will be allowed to begin fall classes to the list of education issues in li ... »
DES MOINES — Iowa minors under 18 years of age would be banned from commercial tanning salons under a bill that narrowly won bipartisan appr ... »
DES MOINES — A Cedar Rapids lawmaker is seeking middle ground on a legislative proposal city officials see as a threat to their comprehensiv ... »
DES MOINES — The Iowa House has approved a bill to establish common rules for transportation networks companies such as Uber.
Rep. Chr ... »